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Overview
  • Instead of linking to an actual HTML file or image, you can render that entire HTML or image inside a link. Specifically, you can render it as a Base-64 encoded text string, and place it inside the HTML tag's HREF or SRC attributes. Below articles explain the advantages, disadvantages, and how-tos.

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  • Dish 4 : Data URIs | CSS-Tricks

  • Did you know that you don't have to link to an external image file when using an img> element in HTML, or declaring a background-image in CSS? You can embed the image data directly into the document with data URIs. The end result can be a site with all the less HTTP Requests, but at what cost?
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